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POZ January 2006

POZ January 2006

In every issue, you'll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.

Features

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On the Cover-Marvelyn Brown

The new year isn't about starting over. It's beginning a new chapter. 2005 was about getting out there and witnessing stigma. I'm excited abou...

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Out in Africa

In a new memoir, South Africa's first openly positive and openly gay high-Court judge confronts his blinding whiteness

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2006: Making Resolutions That Stick

It's time to pop the cork on those New Year's resolutions—and work on keeping  'em from going flat the next day. POZ presents four...

Living

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Doctor's Diary - January 2006

Enough about me, doc—let's talk about you

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Boiling Pointers

Five tips for cooks who are positive they've never cooked before

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Juiced for Health

When winter puts the freeze on your fresh-fruit supply, drink your FDA-advised five a day! But which

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A Smarter Smear

The better weapon against human papillomavirus

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Kinks in the Pipeline

Recently, Three HIV drugs got stuck in clinical trials. Why? Here's a look at the twists and turns of drug approval

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Meds: The Sequel

A filmmaker tames a tough costar

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Ask the Sexpert - January 2006

The oral report on transmission

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Breaking Out

Landing on your own two feet after leaving prison

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Chicken Little

Should people with HIV fear avian flu?

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Catch of the Month - January 2006

Sonora36Yreka, CaliforniaDiagnosed 2001Why are you such a catch? I’ll make some lucky man a gr

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Employee of the Month - January 2006

Piece of Work

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A Higher Education

Teaching others about HIV can be a healing experience

Talking

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What C2EA meant to me

An activist storm hit Washington, DC, November 5th through 8th as the Campaign to End AIDS (C2EA) un

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Sex and Sickness in the City

POZ talks to a book award finalist author Mary Gaitskill, 50, was caught off guard in October when s

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So Many Men, So Little Time

Tens years after the million man march recharged his life, Mark Tuggle takes stock of how far he's come

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Exhibit AIDS

At sex museums, condom skyscrapers can be masterpieces, but HIV information is still a work in progress

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Alternative Scene

How this Californian resolved to master her treatment—naturally

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Buzz - January 2005

Animal Planet

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High-definition HIV

In 1994, The Real World’s Pedro Zamora proved that prime time could embrace a recurring HIV po

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A Perfect Threesome

After a decade of weepy AIDS-film clichés, we aren't in Philadelphia anymore.

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Mentors - January 2006

Worried about starting HIV meds, Andre L. got advice from Brenda Lee curry about making peace with pills

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Relaxed Security

When a boyfriend tells friends her status, anonymous rethinks the importance of staying, well, anonymous 

etc.

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Mailbox - January 2006

Cell Plan“Immuno’s Defense” [October 2005] rightly suggests that the future of HIV

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Editor's Letter - January 2006

What's In Your Notebook?

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